Only 20 of the Amino acids Make Proteins, From Which We are Mostly Made.

The other 150 A.A.’s are still in us. For instance, the main thing our bodies need are not glycoproteins but Hydrogen and Oxygen…WATER. So obviously there are molecules we need other than amino acid proteins. However, they are the ones evolving the most and the quickest.

There are 170 types of Amino acids in human bodies. 20 of them make proteins, what is the purpose of the remaining 150? by Sai Janani Ganesan

Friday Daily Oracle; We are at Kin 129, HF 33 in the Exact Center of the Harmonic

Right in the center of this Harmonic, you can see the 4 kin in green squares with only the tones. Today is Crystal Tone 12, Red 12 Crystal Moon; the communal flow of feelings. 12Methionine, the start codon in a sequence.

The I Ching Hexagram in the middle of each rectangle is an I Ching symbol for a 3 amino acid DNA nucleotide. I deciphered them as amino acid DNA molecules. I believe I’m the only one to have decoded them fully and matched them with the Mayan oracle. It’s in my book “Time is DNA”.

The Polarity Charges on the Interplanetary Holon

A very hip molecule. Maybe a little disco.

Looking at the Interplanetary Holon, it’s made very clear that;

** the strand of the double helix that curves to the right looking at it face on, is the CA or past to present strand.

**The strand that curves to the left looking at it face on is the AC or future to present.

In 3D science; The polar group consist of 10 amino acids,

  • 2 are negatively charged – aspartic acid and glutamic acid. (White Dog and Yellow Human)
  • 3 have a positive charge – arginine, lysine and histidine. (Blue Eagle (15), White Wizard (14), and Yellow Warrior (16))
  • 5 are uncharged – asparagine, glutamine, serine, threonine and tyrosine. (Blue Monkey, Red SW, Red Serpent, W WB and White Mirror)
  • The non-polar amino acids include: alanine, cysteine, glycine, isoleucine, leucine, methionine, phenylalanine, proline, tryptophan, tyrosine and valine. Most of them are neutral charge in 3D. (notice they are including proline which a type of stop codon actually)
  • Polarity of the amino acids affects the overall structure of a protein.

CA is (+) proton and forward moving and AC is (-) electron or backward moving.

If we line that up with the amino acids according to the interplanetary holon, it would dictate;

Theme and Analog

  • Stop Codon-; + Tryptophan-; –
  • Cysteine-; + Tyrosine-; –
  • Glycine-; + Phenylalanine-; –
  • Valine-; + Histidine-; –
  • Alanine-; + Arginine-; –
  • Serine-; + Lysine-; –
  • Threonine-; + Glutamine-; –
  • Isoleucine-; + Glutamic Acid-; –
  • Leucine-; + Asparagine-; –
  • Methionine-; + Aspartic Acid-; –

But of course they all function as theme, analog, G.P., analog, or H.W. throughout the spiraling of the harmonic. Science doesn’t see them spiraling. They analyze them with static charges because they only analyze the rigid DNA. The Tzolkin Harmonic shows them moving as tRNA. Therein lies the huge difference. So their charges change…everyday.

Think twice about anything you put in your body that is mRNA with it’s charges changing daily and what that is doing to your own DNA!! No one knows for sure but no doubt it will show up soon as bizarre mutations and in our grand children. Insane stuff.

Saturday Reading; 8 Galactic Tyrosine; White 8 Galactic Mirror

Today’s gateway is in synchronicity with my previous posts on looking at SELF in the mirror and learning to rely on your own GPS and initiative to change your body, your DNA and your life destiny. Some of the astronomy in the S.O. video speaks to a mirroring quality as well. Actually, I think Chiron is a galactic mirror.

Tyrosine is an essential component for the production of several important brain chemicals called neurotransmitters, including epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine. Those are all released during deep tissue work and deeply relax you. Neurotransmitters help nerve cells communicate and influence mood. Tyrosine also helps produce melanin, the pigment responsible for hair and skin color.

Tyrosine is a popular dietary supplement used to improve alertness, attention and focus. It produces important brain chemicals that help nerve cells communicate and may even regulate mood. Despite these benefits, supplementing with tyrosine can have side effects and interact with medications so talk to your Rx or Herbalist.

Tyrosine is said to improve mood. It may help treat depression, anxiety, narcolepsy, and insomnia. It may help suppress appetite and reduce body fat. It may prompt the release of human growth hormone (HGH). You can see that in manifested mode, White Mirror attributes, like all of the Tzolkin archetypes are true as amino acids.

Tyrosine is found in soy products, chicken, turkey, fish, peanuts, almonds, avocados, bananas, milk, cheese, yogurt, cottage cheese, lima beans, pumpkin seeds, and sesame seeds.

Personally, I’ve eaten one avocado a day lately so I must need it to help me focus and stabilize my mood during this paradigm shift. Usually I never eat them. They are tasty sliced and put on whole grain and seeds toast with mayo, salt, and pepper. It’s a good breakfast.

Is the Optimal Set of Protein Amino Acids Purposed by Mind?

This is a great foundational paper to explain the ancient existence of the Tzolkin.

The Mayan count of days, count of kin, and the count of amino acids IS the universal software program of intelligent design from galactic center or Hunab Ku in Maya or God as the Christians say.

There is Mind all right, universal patterns that are exponential and exact, full of destiny and free will and a type of theocracy that puts earths cycles and the evolution of humans at the center of a multidimensional drama of cosmic proportions.

Our ancestry is from the galaxy, the stars, the planets and at the Center of it is an Eternal Son who goes by many names but is known Universe wide as our best friend, loyal, and pure of heart. He belongs to no, one galaxy, planet, species, or people but an intelligent Grand Universe.

By Fazale Rana – October 9, 2019 As a graduate student and a postdoc, I spent countless hours in the lab doing research. Part of my work involved performing biochemical assays—laboratory procedures designed to measure the activities of biomolecules and biochemical systems. To get our assays to work properly, we had to carefully design and […]

Is the Optimal Set of Protein Amino Acids Purposed by a Mind?
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